Fire crews tackle large shed fire near Crediton
Several fire crews were called to a large shed fire near Crediton on Sunday afternoon.
Firefighters from Crediton, Exeter and North Tawton attended the incident, which occurred at a property on the A3072 near Bow.
A single-storey, multi-compartment, building measuring approximately 10 metres x 10 metres was well alight when crews arrived at 5.30pm.
Fire crews used two hose reel jets, a main jet, compressed air foam, breathing apparatus and a thermal imaging camera to tackle the fire.
At 10.30pm, crews from Middlemoor and Exmouth were mobilised to the scene to offer relief.
The main road through Bow was closed for a period of time while crews tackled the blaze. It has since re-opened.
The building, which is mainly used as a storage facility for coal, was 50% damaged by fire and 70% damaged by heat and smoke.
Nobody is thought to have been hurt in the incident.
Fire crews and police are investigating the cause of the fire.